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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Public School district will offer COVID-19 vaccine clinics in September for middle and high school students at its schools.

The COVID vaccines can be administered to anyone age 12 and older at this time.

The vaccines will be done at the schools – Framingham High, Fuller Middle, Cameron Middle, and Walsh Middle.

The 2021-2022 school year begins on September 1.

Students will wear masks to start the school year, and a remote option is no longer available.

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Clinics will be held at Framingham High and Walsh Middle on Sept. 17.

Clinics will be held at Fuller and Cameron Middle on Sept. 24.

The district will be sending out more details to parents.

Anyone age 17 or younger will need a written consent form from a parent or guardian to receive the vaccine.

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